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Integrating iPads and Tablet Computers into Library Services Part 2

  1. 1. INTEGRATING IPADS Rebecca K. Miller AND HeatherTABLET COMPUTERS Moorefield- Lang INTO LIBRARY Carolyn Meier SERVICES, PART II March 15, 201 2
  2. 2. OVERVIEW OF WEBINAR, PART IIMarch 15, 201 2 Case studies and practical applications from:  An art library  K-12 school libraries  Academic libraries and other academic organizations  A public library Using tablets to work with collection development and reference Apps:  Art-based apps  Productivity apps  School and study -based apps  Scanning and Flash tools  Higher education and research apps Staying up to date on apps, tablets, and other technology tools
  3. 3. The Way it WasCourtesy of www.istockphoto.com
  4. 4. The Wayit Is Image courtesy of Montlieu Academy of Technology
  5. 5. PRACTICAL APPLICATION: Virginia TechART + ARCHITECTURE Blacksburg, VA LIBRARY
  6. 6. VTA + A LIBRARY
  7. 7. PROGRAM OVERVIEW20 iPads in the Art Aimed at art and and Arch library arch industrialCirculate to design students. undergrads for 4 They use them the days with 1 renewal most.Faculty have 5 days with option for more
  8. 8. TOOLSCome with two Social Media dozen apps FlipBoardDropbox InstapaperEvernote Other design styleFiles HD toolsPDF ReadersOther Basic Tools
  9. 9. Accessories
  10. 10. Stylus
  11. 11. OUTCOME Wished they had taken more advantage of playing it up more Advertising more Publishing more They have iPad 1 , people want 2 (and now, New iPad) Missed opportunity that they are still working with and getting situated.
  12. 12. QUICK POLLWhat type of apps do you use the most?A. Nook/Kindle/Reading AppsB. Other entertainment (movies, games)C. Communication (social media, etc.)D. Productivity (note-taking, calendar)E. Other
  13. 13. ART-BASED APPS
  14. 14. ART HD
  15. 15. MOMA
  16. 16. NCMA RODIN
  17. 17. ORGANIZERS/NOTETAKING APPS
  18. 18. PAPERPORT NOTES
  19. 19. PENULTIMATE
  20. 20. MINDNODE
  21. 21. DROPBOX - FREE
  22. 22. IANNOTATE
  23. 23. EVERNOTE
  24. 24. NOTES
  25. 25. PRACTICAL APPLICATION: Charlottesville, CHARLOTTESVILLE VA SCHOOLS
  26. 26. WHAT THEY HAVE Fujitsu 580 Tablets (Lifebook) Windows 7 Full Computer in a Tablet form Every student 6-12 grade in the school system
  27. 27. STRATEGIC PLANStarted planning in Teachers received 2009 tablets in Summer,Decided to adopt 2011 for training tablets instead of Students received textbooks. tablets in December,Had two committees 2011 textbook and tablets
  28. 28. WHAT ARE THEY USED FOR?Physics: Doing Math: Handwriting experiments: Probes features attached to tablets Music: All types ofLibrary: When music apps. Vocal French delegation parts on the tablets. was visiting, Courses for virtual students and high school librarian were researchingGovernment: Polling
  29. 29. CHALLENGES Earthquake in Japan set orders back. Always have a back up plan. Set your deadline out. If you think it will arrive in December tell everyone it will be January just to be safe. Gain additional funding if you can. Internet access for all students.
  30. 30. SCHOOL AND STUDY- BASED APPS
  31. 31. BLOOM‟S TAXONOMY FOR IPADS AND TABLETS Find this image on the web: http://www.schrockguide.net /bloomin-apps.htmlUsed with permission from Kathy Schrock
  32. 32. STUDY BLUE
  33. 33. SCIENCE 360
  34. 34. PLEASE TOUCH THE EXHIBIT
  35. 35. LEAF SNAP
  36. 36. EXPLORER: AMERICAN NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM
  37. 37. WORLD BOOK – THIS DAY IN HISTORY
  38. 38. NOOK
  39. 39. KINDLE
  40. 40. OVERDRIVE
  41. 41. ZITE
  42. 42. NewmanPRACTICAL APPLICATION: Library Virginia Tech IPAD LIBRARY TOUR Blacksburg, VA
  43. 43. VTNEWMAN LIBRARY
  44. 44. TOURS Five iPads that can be checked out at the library circulation desk for library tours Screencasts on each section of the library Numbered QR Barcodes linked to screencasts Barcodes are scannable iPad scans code and tells student about that part of the library Beautiful in its simplicity
  45. 45. SET UPInitial tours done in other universities relied on student‟s personal devices to scan the QR barcodes.When iPad 1 came out we waited for 2. Knew that a camera would be on it.Tour has become very popular. Students like being able to tour at their convenience.
  46. 46. SCAN AND FLASH TOOLS
  47. 47. RED LASER
  48. 48. SCAN
  49. 49. PHOTON FLASH BROWSER
  50. 50. PRACTICAL APPLICATION: MORE UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES
  51. 51. NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSIT Y LIBRARIESLaptops and Amazon Kindles, Netbooks Sony Readers andI Pads Barnes & NoblesIpods Nooks.Digital Cameras and Wacom Intuous4 Camcorders and Bamboo Fun Graphic TabletsVoice Recorders For more info see:Portable DVD http://www.lib.ncsu.edu players /techlending/
  52. 52. UNIVERSIT Y OF UTAH: HEALTH SCIENCES LIBRARYThey Lend:  Two week checkout 3 Xooms  Short survey about device 6 Kindles  Likes and dislikes 3 Nooks B&W  Apps explored and 3 Nooks Color preferences 3 iPads  Using the devices for For more info see assessment to see what http://library.med.utah.edu /or/technologies.php should be purchased for the future.
  53. 53. UNIVERSIT Y OF ARIZONAThey Lend:•Lenovo Think Pads•iPads•iPad Keyboards•Various Laptops
  54. 54. WORKING WITH IPADS INCOLLECTION DEVELOPMENT
  55. 55. COLLECTION DEVELOPMENT
  56. 56. COLLECTION DEVELOPMENT: BENTO (DATABASE PROGRAM)
  57. 57. ROVING REFERENCE • Logistics? • Apps? • What happens to the reference desk?
  58. 58. IDEAS FROM THE LITERATURE… Roving reference can take place inside the library or of fsite, within another building entirely Roving reference can augment library services in a variety of library environments Of fsite: Mobility and convenience for students and faculty Within the library: Being proactive in reaching out to students Ease and convenience for librarians Users‟ ability to identify rovers Communication with other staf f members
  59. 59. THE LITERATURE B r o w n , C . , S u l z , D . , a n d Po w, V. ( 2 01 1 , A u g u s t ) . Ro v i n g r e f e r e n c e w i t h i P a d s : A s t u d y o f t h e u s e o f i P a d s a s te c h n o l o g ic a l s u p p o r t a n d s e r v i c e a s s e s s m e n t . P a p e r p r e s e n te d a t t h e a n n u a l c o n f e r e n c e o f t h e I n te r n a t i o n a l Fe d e r a t i o n o f L i b r a r y A s s o c i a t io n s , S a n J u a n , P u e r to R i c o . Ret r i eve d f r o m h t t p : / / c o n fe r e nc e . i fl a .o r g / p a s t / i fl a 77 / 1 97 - b row n - e n . p d f C o u r to i s , M . a n d L i r i a n o , M . ( 2 0 0 0 ) . T i p s f o r r o v i n g r e f e r e n c e : H o w to b e s t s e r v e l i b r a r y u s e r s . C o l l e g e & R e s e a r c h L i b r a r i e s N e w s , 61 ( 4 ) : 2 8 9 - 9 0 , 31 5 . Fo r s y t h , E . ( 2 0 0 9 ) . Fa n c y w a l k i e - t a l k i es , S t a r Tr e k c o m m un i ca to r s , o r r o v i n g r e f e r e n c e? Au s t r a l i a n L i b r a r y J o u r n a l , 5 8 ( 1 ) : 7 3 - 8 4 . Ret r i ev e d f r o m h t t p : / / w w w. a l ia . o r g . a u/pub l i s h i n g / al j / 5 8 / A L J _ Fe b 2 0 0 9 _ Vo l5 8 _ N1 _ we b. pdf # pa g e = 7 4 H o l m e s , C . a n d Wo z n i c ki , L . ( 2 01 0 ) . L i b r a r i a n s a t yo u r d o o r s te p : Ro v i n g r e f e r e n c e a t To w s o n U n i v e r s i t y. C o l l e g e & R e s e a r c h L i b r a r i e s N e w s , 71 ( 1 1 ) : 5 8 2 - 5 8 5 . Ret r i eve d f r o m h t t p : / / c r l n .a c r l .o r g / c o n te n t / 71 / 1 1 / 5 8 2 .f ul l L o t t s , M . a n d G r av e s , S . ( 2 01 1 ) . U s i n g t h e i P a d f o r r e f e r e n c e s e r v i c e s : L i b r a r i a n s g o m o b i le . C o l l e g e & R e s e a r c h L i b r a r i e s N e w s , 7 2 ( 4 ) : 217 - 2 2 0 . Ret r i ev e d f r o m h t t p : / / c r ln . a c r l .o r g / c on te n t / 7 2 / 4 / 217. f ull S m i t h , M . A . a n d P i et r a s z ew s k i , B . A . ( 2 0 0 4 ) . E n a b l i n g t h e r o v i n g r e f e r e n c e l i b r a r i a n : w i r e l e s s a c c e s s w i t h t a b l et P C s . R e f e r e n c e S e r v i c e s R ev i e w, 3 2 ( 3 ) : 24 9 - 255
  60. 60. PRACTICAL APPLICATION: Virginia Tech INNOVATION SPACE Blacksburg, VA (HIGHER EDUCATION)
  61. 61. VTINNOVATION SPACE
  62. 62. WHAT IS INNOVATION SPACEMultimedia computer lab open to students, faculty, and staff of Virginia Tech, as well as the local general public.Mission of providing assistance through free and open access to software, hardware, and specially-trained staff.
  63. 63. Images fromhttp://www.is.vt.edu
  64. 64. HOW THEY ARE CIRCULATING IPADS144 iPads to check out for class setsKeep those for a semester
  65. 65. HOW ARE THE PADS BEING USED Critical reading over  PDF Annotators the traditional  Think about how textbook students read and iThoughts HD for annotate Concept Mapping  Dropbox and Evernote They are very are very big physical, very tactile  Tagging and how Not a whiteboard students tag is very Not a mouse interesting as well They are in the student‟s hands
  66. 66. MORE USAGESProfessors are using E-reader usage audio features for MBA program at grading Virginia Tech, everyPenultimate lets student gets an iPad professors write note to students.Speak Notes and other apps let you record notes to students
  67. 67. HIGHER ED ANDRESEARCH DATABASE APPS
  68. 68. BIBLION
  69. 69. LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
  70. 70. REFERENCE
  71. 71. IEEE XPLORER
  72. 72. JSTOR
  73. 73. OPENING PDF‟S
  74. 74. MEDLINEPLUS
  75. 75. WORLDCAT
  76. 76. EBSCOHOST
  77. 77. GALE - AMLCOLLEGE VERSION
  78. 78. GALE - AMLCOLLEGE VERSION
  79. 79. GALE - AMLCOLLEGE VERSION
  80. 80. MontlieuPRACTICAL APPLICATION: Academy of TechnologyPUBLIC SCHOOL LIBRARY High Point, NC
  81. 81. Image courtesy of Montlieu Academy of Technolog
  82. 82. GRANTMontlieu: Given half a million dollars for all of their students, approximately 430 students, to have an iPad.They stay at school. But next year 4 th and 5 th will get to take them home.Teachers each got an iPad and a Mac Book Pro as well as cart for chargingTech Person hired for training
  83. 83. Image courtesy of Montlieu Academy of Technology
  84. 84. EXAMPLES Facetime to read  Letters Learning for books from another Letters room  Doodle Buddy for Facetime to speak to letters class when teacher is  Take screenshots of not at school that day work to show parents Digital pen pals using for parent/teacher Facetime with other conferences schools across the country or world
  85. 85. APPS & CONTENTRocket Math for Cutting and pasting math skills skillsCommunication by e- Safari/Internet mail for parents. searching skillsConcept mapping Parents are learning tools too from theirPuppet Pals for children StoryTelling
  86. 86. FOR TEACHERSMeet every quarter and share apps. Have to “sell” your app. The best apps get purchased for the educators.Teacher Pal: Seating arrangements, picture of the child, information on each child. Very useful for substitutes.Differentiated instruction for the children. 21 st Century learning skills and Technology skills for the teachers.
  87. 87. PRACTICAL APPLICATION:MORE PUBLIC LIBRARIES
  88. 88. PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS: IN-HOUSE PUBLIC LIBRARY USEHouston Public LibraryProgram specifics: Starting January 2011 , 3 iPads availableto enhance “early literacy stations” Children (accompanied by a 14+ yearold) can check out for 1 hour Includes educational apps to aid in “literacy and mathematical development” Article available: http://www.chron.com/business/technology/article/Houston - libraries-want-preschoolers-to-check-out-1689013.php
  89. 89. PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS: IN-HOUSE PUBLIC LIBRARY USE North Shore Public Library, NYProgram Specifics 8 iPads Checked out to patrons with a library card Can be used anywhere in the library To replace children‟s gaming computers Internet connectivity cut off Use Children‟s Technology Review ( http://childrenstech.com/) to find relevant appsInformation fromhttp://sclsyouthser vices.wordpress.com/2011/08/09/ipads -replace-desktop-computers-at-north-shore-public-library/
  90. 90. WHERE DO YOU GET ALL OF THESE APPS? For iPad, iPod touch and iPhone – App store on iTunes For Android  Amazon App store  Android Market Blackberry App World Some websites will also have an app to download Build your own…
  91. 91. BASIC NEEDS FOR APP DEVELOPMENT Although this webinar will not focus on building apps, if you‟re interested in pursuing that, here are a few basic needs: Instructional or App Designers Graphic Artist/Programmers App Testers if budget will allow or the rest of the team can test app. Rubrics or standards to test the app Subjects to try out the app
  92. 92. APP STORE
  93. 93. AMAZON STORE
  94. 94. HOW TO MAKE A SAFARI BOOKMARK ON SCREEN
  95. 95. HOW TO ORGANIZE ICONS IN FOLDERS Drop one icon on top of the other iPad will automatically name it
  96. 96. QUICK POLLHow do you stay up to date on technology,tablets, and apps?A. Social media (Facebook, Twitter, blogs)B. Professional publicationsC. Conferences and workshopsD. ListservsE. All of the above!
  97. 97. WHERE TO READ ABOUT NEW APPS Higher Ed Blogs  Apple blogs  Professor Hacker  Apple Gazette  Center for Learning and  The Unofficial Apple Performance Technologies Weblog  Cult of Mac  The Apple Blog Mobile Learning  Edible Apple  Apple „n apps  JK on the run  iPad insight  World of Apple  Just another iPad blog  Upside Learning blog  Marc Prensky‟s weblog  Endgadget
  98. 98. OTHER RELEVANT BLOGS Android blogs  Androinica  Android and me  Android guys  Hello Android  IM Android tabletsinlibraries.tumblr.com Blackberry Blogs  Inside Blackberry  Crackberry.com  Blackberry blog  BlackBerry Beat
  99. 99. FINAL Q&A What final questions can we answer for you? We‟ll answer as many questions as time permits, then follow up on our Tumblr and/or the ALA TechSource blog afterwards. More tablet projects from Rebecca, Carolyn, and Heather…
  100. 100. REFERENCES: PART II A l l i s o n . ( 2 01 1 , A u g u s t 9 ) . i P a d s r e p l a c e d e s k to p c o m p ute r s a t N o r t h S h o r e P u b l i c L i b r a r y. Ret r i ev e d f r o m h t t p : / / s c l syo ut h s e r v i c e s. wo r d p r e s s .c o m / 2 01 1 / 0 8 / 0 9 / i p a d s - r e pl ac e - de sk to p - c o m p ute r s - a t - n o r t h - s h o r e - p ub l ic - l i b r a r y/ A n d e r s o n , C . a n d Wo l f f , M . ( 2 01 0 , A u g u s t 17 ) . T h e We b i s d e a d . L o n g l i v e t h e I n te r n et . W i r e d M a g a z i n e . Ret r i ev e d f r o m h t t p : / / w w w. w ir ed .c o m/ m a g a z i n e / 2 010 / 0 8 / f f _ we b r ip / a l l/ 1 B o g o s t , I . ( 2 01 1 , J a n u a r y 1 2 ) . W h a t i s a n a p p ? A s h o r te n e d , s l a n g a p p l i c a t io n . Ret r i eve d f r o m h t t p : / / w w w.b o g o s t .c o m / b l o g / w h a t _ i s _ a n _ a p p . s h t ml J o b s , S . ( 2 01 0 , A p r i l ) . T h o u g h t s o n F l a s h . Ret r i ev e d f r o m h t t p : / / w w w. a p p l e .c o m / h o t n ew s / t h o ug h t s - o n - fl a s h / N C S U L i b r a r i e s . ( 2 01 1 ) . Te c h n o l o g y L e n d i n g . Ret r i eve d f r o m h t t p : / / w w w. l ib . n c s u. e d u/ tec h l e n d i ng / Tu r n e r, A . ( 2 01 1 , J a n u a r y 2 8 ) . H o u s to n l i b r a r i e s w a n t p r e s c h o o l e r s to c h e c k o u t i P a d s . H o u s to n C h r o n i c l e . Ret r i ev ed f r o m h t t p : / / w w w.c h r o n .c o m / b us i n e s s / tec h n o l o g y/ a r t i c le / H o us to n - l i b r a r i e s - wa n t - p r e s c h o o le r s - to - c h ec k - o ut - 16 8 9 01 3 .p h p U n i v e r s i t y o f U t a h , S p e n c e r S . E c c l e s H e a l t h S c i e n c e s L i b r a r y. ( 2 01 1 ) . M e d i a & Te c h n o lo g y. Ret r i ev e d f r o m h t t p : / / l ib r a r y.m e d .ut a h . e d u/ o r / tec h n o l o g ie s .p h p
  101. 101. CREDITS & THANKS, PART II Angela Caldwell: Kindergar ten Teacher, Montlieu Academy of Technology Neal Henshaw, Classroom Manager, University Libraries, Virginia Tech Maria Lewis (Coordinator for Technology Integration) and Anne Evans (Coordinator for Histor y and Social Sciences), Charlottesville Schools Jennifer Sparrow: Director of Emerging Technologies & New Ventures, InnovationSpace Patrick Tomlin: Ar t and Architecture Librarian, University Libraries, Virginia Tech

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